Harvard Square restaurants offered free tastings of their culinary offerings in celebration of National Food Day in Brattle Plaza on Thursday.
After more than three decades serving the Cambridge community and visitors with its famously flamboyant flair, UpStairs on the Square is set to close its doors on Dec. 31, co-founders and co-owners Mary-Catherine Deibel and Deborah Hughes announced in an email to subscribers over the weekend.
Shake Shack will likely open its Harvard Square branch in December. The fast-food burger restaurant will be located in Winthrop Square next to Yogurtland and Upstairs on the Square.
According Shake Shack CEO Randy Garutti, construction began this week on the new location at 92 Winthrop St.
FM spoke to bartenders working in the Square and near the Quad on the best wine deals in town, whether you’re looking for a sit down meal, getting drinks with friends, or just craving a rich glass of red.
With so many top chefs jockeying for a position, Cambridge can now lay claim to being a fine dining destination. And you thought Harvard college life was competitive.
Back on campus early and trying to avoid eating cheap pizza until the dining halls reopen? Before kicking your brain into high gear, take your taste buds on a gastronomical tour of Harvard Square.
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, many Harvard Square restaurants and businesses are donating portions of their sales to help victims of the attacks.
A recent addition to local dining options brings a taste of Tuscany to Harvard Square.
Although Allston Village may seem like a strip of stores to pass by on your way to Target, this square is worth a second look. Filled with coffee shops hardly big enough to contain the concentration of ombre-dyed twentysomethings, Allston is a mashup of food you haven’t tried yet and bands you’ve never heard of. This neighborhood is like an I-Spy game—there’s always a vintage guitar or Afghani kebab just around the corner. Next time you leave the bubble, be sure to check out these places:
After months of community anticipation, Swissbäkers, a family-owned bakery and café, celebrated its grand opening during a packed ceremony Thursday night.
If you’re tired of spending night after night at a Grafton Group Restaurant or sick of wandering up and down Mt Auburn St searching for a party, look no further. The Sinclair, a new concert venue and restaurant located at 52 Church St., has opened its doors to the Square.